2018 FLANC Fall Conference (October 19 - 20, 2018, in Durham, NC)


Below are the materials (PowerPoints, activities, handouts, etc.) from the sessions and workshops sponsored or led by NCDPI. Please click on the highlighted links and download the documents from the Google drive.




Can-Do Learning: Developing Communication with Language and Culture

What do learners need to demonstrate consistently over time to show that they can use language for Interpersonal, Interpretive, and Presentational Communication? What are the indicators of increasing Intercultural Communication? Learn more about how the revised NCSSFL-ACTFL Can-Do Statements and the new Can-Do Statements for Intercultural Communication are important tools in implementing our proficiency-based state standards, the North Carolina World Language Essential Standards, to create a blueprint for effective language learning.

Pre-Conference Webinar on Tuesday, October 16, 8:30-10:00pm

Slide presentation: Google slides, PowerPoint, or PDF

Handouts:



NC's Seal of Biliteracy: An Update on the Global Languages Endorsement (GLE)
This panel will show how our state’s Seal of Biliteracy, the Global Languages Endorsement, is recognizing students for their multiliteracy in English and World Language(s). The statewide data starting with the Class of 2015 will be shared, along with the latest research findings on seals of biliteracy from across the US. Several district and school perspectives will be presented, including Asheboro City Schools - one of the 12 districts that has always awarded the Global Languages Endorsement.


Round 2 Session on Friday, October 19, at 10:30 - 11:20 am in Piedmont


Slide presentation: Google slides, PowerPoint, or PDF

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NCDPI Report at the FLANC Business Luncheon

Friday, October 19, after the keynote speakers

Slide presentation: Google slides, PowerPoint, or PDF

Handout: 2018 World Languages in North Carolina document




NC Dual Language/Immersion (DL/I) Meeting

Business Meeting/Working Lunch on Saturday, October 20, at 11:40 am-12:50 pm in Royal B

Slide presentation: Google slides, PowerPoint, or PDF

Handouts: 2018-19 NC DL/I Program Lists from the NC Programs page of the DL/I wiki

  • By District (including public, charter, and independent schools)
  • By Language (Cherokee, Chinese, French, German, Greek, Japanese, Spanish, Urdu)
  • By Region (1-Northeast, 2-Southeast, 3-North Central, 4-Sandhills, 5-Piedmont-Triad, 6-Southwest, 7-Northwest, 8-Western)
  • By School Gradespan (K-12, High School, K-8, Middle School, Elementary School, Intermediate School, Primary School, Preschool)




DPI World Languages Update
This Department of Public Instruction (DPI) information session will focus on state policies, national projects, and international initiatives. Classroom resources and strategic planning materials to support the North Carolina World Language Essential Standards will be shared, along with professional development opportunities for the various programs across the state in classical, dual and heritage, and modern languages.

Round 9 Session on Saturday, October 20, at 1:00-1:50 pm in

Slide presentation: Google slides, PowerPoint, or PDF

Handout: 2018 World Languages in North Carolina document


Using Data to Create Advocacy Materials for World Language Programs

This workshop will showcase the statewide data available for World Language programs and how it could be used to support, build, or expand a variety of World Language offerings. Handouts created for overall K-12 enrollment and language-specific analyses will be shared, along with materials showing the impact of language study on standardized test scores. The focus will be on participants creating their own materials to take back and use locally for program advocacy.

Workshop H on Saturday, October 20 at 3:00 – 6:00 pm in Crown B

Slide presentation: Google slides, PowerPoint, or PDF


Handout: 2018 World Languages in North Carolina document (Posted on the landing page of the World Languages wiki, along with the language-specific ones requested most recently)